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The i Tetralogy

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The "i Tetralogy"--i, I Am Gunther, Gunther's Lament, Gunther Redux--is the gut-wrenching epic depiction of the dehumanization of man through an incisive observation of three pivotal characters. Each of them, victim, perpetrator, and murderer's son, is inextricably linked by the varying dimensions of their moral nature. Assaying the monumental impact of the Holocaust, this ...more
Published June 15th 2005 by Wheatmark
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Mathias Freese's book, The i Tetralogy, (published by Wheatmark) is essentially four short novels in one volume. Each of these narratives revolves around a single topic: the Holocaust. The first ("i"), is narrated by an inmate in a death camp, victim to the random whims of the German guards. It follows his efforts initially to survive, and later to befriend and care for a younger inmate. The second section ("I Am Gunther") takes the point of view of a camp guard named Gunther, a frighteningly cr ...more
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